150 Years of Skiing in Maine
150 Years of Skiing in Maine
Map of Sugarloaf
Map of Sugarloaf
Maine Olympic Exhibit - Virtual Tour available from this page
Maine Olympic Exhibit - Virtual Tour available from this page
1930's Ski Bench, featuring the Sasha Mauerer poster commissioned by King & Dexter Hardware - Portland, ME
1930's Ski Bench, featuring the Sasha Mauerer poster commissioned by King & Dexter Hardware - Portland, ME
Skiing in Skirts - circa 1920 - 30
Skiing in Skirts - circa 1920 - 30
Titcomb Mountain - Rope Tow
Titcomb Mountain - Rope Tow
A recent addition to our collection!
A recent addition to our collection!

 

The Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum will be closing as of October 13th to prepare the museum for our new, exciting exhibit "50th Anniversary of the Tall Timber Classic Races at Sugarloaf". This exhibit is scheduled to be unveiled Christmas Vacation week, and will be made available on our website as a "Virtual Exhibit". We are still looking for ephemera to support this exhibit - so, if you are cleaning out your chalet or condo - keep us in mind!! We will be updated the website homepage with more on the unveiling as time draws near! Think SNOW!!!

You can be a hero of Maine's rich skiing history by renewing or becoming a member to the Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum. Benefits of becoming a member include receiving our newly designed bi-annual Snow Trail magazine, special invitations to events happening across the state of Maine, a 10% discount on all online purchases, and updates on new exhibits both in the Kingfield Museum as well as our permanent satellite exhibit in the Robinson House of the Bethel Historical Society. To renew online, click on the button below which will take you to our membership page.

- Maine Ski and Snowboard Museum Mission -

Celebrate, Preserve and Share The History and Heritage of Maine Skiing.

It's time to renew your membership for 2020!

Thank you to all our members and donors - 2020 marks a big year in Maine's Ski History and we will be sharing our mission throughout Maine in celebrations across the state! This year marks 150 years of skiing in Maine, along with our state's Bicentennial! Be sure to check our events page out for updates on our activities.

A big thank you to all our newly trained docents/volunteers. As a result, the museum was open on the weekends during ski season. We saw quite a few guests during February vacation week - it's great meeting potential new members. Membership benefits include receiving our new 4 color Bi-Annual Snow Trail Magazine which is filled with great ski stories from around the state and special invitations to our upcoming events.

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Help us support our ski and snowboard mission: “To preserve and publicize the business of skiing in Maine, while celebrating Maine’s ski history and heritage”

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Ski Museum buildingAbout the Museum

256 Main Street, Kingfield, Maine
Phone: 207-265-2023

Closed until further notice.

 

Maine is very rich in ski history, yet many people do not realize it nor recognize the place this history holds within the American ski world. Because of this, many of those who have valued the special spirit our sport entails are concerned this history will be lost. It is this concern which motivated the founders... Keep Reading.